Chingford Cricket Club Sun B v Tennyson on Sun 20 Apr 2003 at
Chingford Cricket Club Won 8 wickets

Match report This was my first ever game for Chingford. The club was obviously short of players that day as the groundsman - known to many as 'Logsie' was called on to play. I'd been keeping wicket since the age of 10 but now playing my first game of the season at the age of 43, was a bit rusty. This groundsman called Logsie, kept on telling me what I was doing wrong with the gloves. 'Bloody cheek' I thought. I felt like telling him how to prepare his wickets.
First impressions are all important and I found myself keeping to the spin twins - Tony Barker and David Behling and saw them rip through the Tennyson lower order. I wondered then, how many years I might spend keeping to these two. This Behling chappy, who everyone kept calling 'Bad Game' was also to impress with the bat when I next played with him a week later, scoring about 40* in no time.
Some long haired hippie looking bloke called Mike Lyon, who had made his debut for Chingford the day before went out to open the batting and looked a complete novice at the game. Then he started hitting the ball around and most of the rest of us did't get a bat that day as a consequence.
Graem Peters

Tennyson Batting
Player name RunsMB4s6sSR
for 10 wickets
111 (0.0 overs)

Chingford Cricket Club Sun B Bowling

Player NameOversMaidensRunsWicketsAverageEconomy
Steven Piper6.0220120.003.33
Marc Fletcher6.0020210.003.33
Peter Joslin7.0219119.002.71
Michael Blake8.0320120.002.50
Anthony Macdonald-Barker7.021434.672.00
David Behling5.11824.001.55

Chingford Cricket Club Sun B Batting
Player Name RMB4s6sSRCatchesStumpingsRun outs
for 2 wickets
Peter Joslin Bowled  31 1
Mike Lyon Not Out  62 2
David Hannaford Bowled  3
Mark Lawrence Not Out  1
Paul Canham   2
Graem Peters   1
David Behling   1
Marc Fletcher  
Steven Piper  
Michael Blake  
Anthony Macdonald-Barker  

Tennyson Bowling

Player nameOversMaidensRunsWicketsAverageEconomy
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